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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Arjona patagonicaMacachiSantalaceaeA. tuberosa. non Cav.20
Comandra pallidaPale Bastard ToadflaxSantalaceaeC. umbellata pallida. (A.DC.)Piehl.11
Comandra richardsianaBastard Toad FlaxSantalaceae 10
Comandra umbellataBastard Toad Flax, California bastard toadflax, Pale bastard toadflaxSantalaceae 11
Exocarpus aphyllus Santalaceae 21
Exocarpus bidwillii Santalaceae 20
Exocarpus cupressiformisNative CherrySantalaceae 21
Exocarpus latifolius Santalaceae 20
Exocarpus nanus Santalaceae 20
Exocarpus odoratus Santalaceae 00
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